A letter in Annals of Internal Medicine highlights two outrageous cases of doctors mistreating female patients who were under anesthesia.
Federal health officials on Tuesday approved the first-ever prescription drug intended to treat women suffering from a lack of sexual desire, ending a vigorous debate over the drug’s fate.
Researchers found that obese adults who restricted dietary fat lost body fat at a rate 68 percent higher than when cutting back on the same number of carbohydrate calories.
Crossfit and Zumba are some of the most popular forms of exercise around now, but yoga has been around for centuries. D.C. area residents keep fit and relieve stress at local yoga studios. With so many people needing a place to practice, there are plenty of studios to choose from. Here are the best yoga studios in Washington, D.C.
A new study finds when we search for information on health-related websites, that information is often shared with third party advertisers.
Health officials say those vaccinated within 10 days of exposure to the Ebola virus showed no sign of contracting the disease.
A new study finds a correlation between higher education and a longer lifespan.
A panel of medical experts says two hours is the minimum amount of time office workers should stand to ward off health problems associated with excessive sitting.
Washington, D.C. is well known for its love of sports and in recent years, tennis has become one of the most celebrated sports among Washingtonians. Grab your rackets because there are plenty of tennis courts in the District for tennis newbies and pros to flex their skills.
The prevalence of fluoride in toothpaste, mouthwash and other products means some people are getting too much fluoride, which can cause splotchy teeth.